Here are the lineups:
|RED SOX (40-34)||TWINS (47-24)|
|Betts RF||Polanco SS|
|Benintendi LF||Garver C|
|Martinez DH||Cruz DH|
|Devers 3B||Rosario LF|
|Bogaerts SS||Cron 1B|
|Holt 2B||Gonzalez RF|
|Chavis 1B||Sano 3B|
|Bradley Jr. CF||Cave CF|
|Vázquez C||Schoop 2B|
|Pitching: LHP David Price (4-2, 3.52 ERA)||Pitching: RHP Michael Pineda (4-3, 5.04 ERA)|
Game time: 8:10 p.m.
TV/radio: NESN/WEEI-FM 93.7
Twins vs. Price: Cruz 14-44, Schoop 5-30, Cron 8-24, Gonzalez 3-15, Sano 1-11, Kepler 2-9, Rosario 5-9, Buxton 1-5, Torreyes 2-6, Castro 1-4, Adrianza 1-3, Polanco 1-3.
Red Sox vs. Pineda: Bogaerts 8-27, Betts 7-23, Bradley Jr. 4-14, Holt 4-19, Pearce 6-15, Moreland 5-13, Benintendi 0-6, Leon 3-6, Martinez 2-6, Nunez 1-6, Vazquez 1-6.
Stat of the Day: The Red Sox have scored 35 runs in their last four games and hit 14 home runs.
Notes: Xander Bogaerts leads the Red Sox with 36 extra base hits and is slugging .539 . . . J.D. Martinez is 11 for 33 with three doubles, four home runs, and seven RBIs over the last 10 games for Boston . . . The Red Sox have won six in a row and are six games over .500 for the first time this season . . . Eddie Rosario leads the Twins with 19 home runs and has 52 RBIs . . . Nelson Cruz is 13 for 37 with two doubles, five home runs, and 11 RBIs over the last 10 games for Minnesota.
Song of the Day: “Oh, Oh, Oh, Oh, Seven” by Dora Bryan
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